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Question: Announcing a plan to take their top dramas off the air to avoid reruns is one thing, but how do you think ABC is actually going to fare for the next couple of months while Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, Once Upon a Time and Revenge take two-month breathers? I am a fan of the airing-consecutively strategy, but I'm afraid they won't stick to this model, because quite frankly, the new shows they are using as substitutes in these timeslots don't look very good. What happens if something bombs? Will they have no choice but to rush these signature shows back to the air sooner?
ABC and CBS enjoyed nice bumps Thursday with NBC falling back to Earth without The Sound of Music Live!
CBS reclaimed its usual Thursday throne, led by The Big Bang Theory(18.5 million, 5.3), which grew 10 percent. The Millers (12 million, 2.9) followed, growing 21 percent. The rest of its lineup ...
Jack and Karen are getting back together!
The Will & Grace reunion everyone has really been waiting for (Sorry, Debra and Eric!) is finally happening on...
CBS topped Thursday, led by The Big Bang Theory.
The comedy drew 18.6 million viewers and a 5.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, on par with last week. Two and a Half Men (8.6 million, 2.1) was also flat, while the ...
CBS topped Thursday, powered by The Big Bang Theory.
The comedy drew 18 million viewers and a 5.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up two tenths. The Millers (11.3 million, 2.7) and Two and a Half Men (8.6 million, 2.1) also inched ...